#Rombklove 2020 Day 15: Marriage of convenience/arranged marriage/Matrimonios de conveniencia is hosted by Mary Lynne @emmelnie from #ReadRChat
#Rombklove 2020 Day 15 : Marriage of convenience/arranged marriage
First comes love, then comes marriage..but not always. What makes this classic trope work for you--or not? Let’s explore our fave marriage-of-convenience and arranged-marriage romances today with @emmelnie!
Rombklove 2020, día 15: Matrimonios de conveniencia ¿Primero el amor y luego la boda...? No siempre. ¿Qué hace que este tema recurrente funcione para ti? ¿O acaso no es lo tuyo? Hoy @emmelnie explorará nuestras novelas favoritas sobre matrimonios de conveniencia o pactados.
How to participate?
Readers: Respond to the prompts! Share your favorite books, characters, scenes, or thoughts on tropes. Make sure to include the #RomBkLove hashtag with your tweet! If you have read and loved a book by LGBTQIA+, Disabled, and/or Authors of Color that fits the prompt please, please mention it. You might think everyone has heard of the book but I can guarantee you there are lots of people who still need to hear about it.
Authors: You are welcome to participate too, as fellow readers. The tag is not meant for self-promotion. Boost fellow authors, celebrate the community but do so in a way that respect reader spaces. Respect the conversation. Join in to rec the books you love that fit the theme/trope/prompt. Yes, you can say “I wrote a book with this trope” but please don’t spam the hashtag with generic promo.
For a list of all of these month's prompts and archives go to: https://www.anacoqui.com/2020/04/rombklove-2020-celebrating-inclusive-romance-during-a-pandemic.html